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Trips into Industrial Underworlds

phill.d :

“I’m fascinated by the heavy engineering of the Victorian era. The mamoth construction of the railways and canals. These fed the ever hungry mouth of the Industrial revolution that shaped our world today. These construction feats still stand as a lasting legacy, and testament to the men who built them. I feel it is a shame when the hard work gone in to building them has been left to decay. There can be a sad beauty in photographing these places. I have very little time for modernisation, It is mostly plastic and lacking any real character, It very rarely stands the test of time. “

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N.E.E.T. began in December 2005 as a quarterly, online publication, laid out in a magazine format – as a showcase for grassroots creativity. N.E.E.T. is the first of its kind – online, free and packed with everyone from a crafter creating from their kitchen table, to a fashion design graduate straight out of college, to a team of people doing it for the love of it. N.E.E.T. Magazine is an eco-friendly, grassroots style bible for the digital age. It would be impossible without the wonderful contributions of all those involved and many thanks goes to a wide network of global talent, with the internet playing a vital part in research and communication.

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